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April 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan DaI \-NN ARBOR..MTICHJC2I\, SLNDNY, kRII4, 19cx).N.15 \ui .. XTX. :\ o. 135. FANS BEGIN WORK ON THE DIAMOND Regulars Put Seven Coats of Whitewash on Scrubs; Sonme (food Material IDeveloping. I'ei c , ii iteltit the regualit teita t- wa,0itt e lii 11 aprpiaec re iti s ingi till, I tltsh tlitc- lti i e an-g iig Ni ii rn c'~i i _11 liii11 k s hut sit Ill c uil iig h iiida hc alos te i id tas ii .isle id lie f al( plv i-, n a lark...…

April 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…Bit The Nlichigan Dal y Vor.. XIX. ANTN AR IOR. N 'IIIG(A N, Ti CISiI1API IlF6,i>cx). VARSITY READY TO INVADE DIXIELAND Michigan Opens Season With Kentucky-Mac Develops Trio of Heady Base Runners 'llreesmre. las o p 1 cic oniii ied 61 p ill ihe i it' hases-llteam ii i ii f r e s t aceifi sa sn ile teamii i-i s ionIiiis idrrs for 4 Lexigton nd Niilllmet itheKent llS (lis ri ii i isint ,to chr s ti r tha the eam . a 1,oo a, i ili i eitr- iis...…

April 07, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…The Mi1chisnDiM VOL. XIX. ANN ARBOR, i. li CIItfii1N, \\VONl,SI l V, ii.7,l[()x). COACHKIMIALISTER PICKS INFIELDERS Pitchers will be Selected Thurs- day--Track Team Preparing to Meet Ohio State in May. ' lw h e i l l heii takenlxxi onite trip ato iihe -ixoti h h ie ihaschlil tetam- o xCiact lfc llir, asistanxt Di rctor Rfitchie. andui S xiiagrFrtxiciuigc w xii ith has d hiity dticijilixi<xti 111111wilt mxalke tihe-tril, for evry posx-xitio...…

April 08, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…The Ic iganDal y \\\ hi ff hill lit \N Il- i-I) h--i--il-- --f( N . t-tf VoI . X . No. r, 8. PJ.u.1k. Ii1iUI.~ijJ..i ft \N II fit 11ff ifi\fVN PLANS COMPLETED FOR UNION CIRCUS Monster Parade Morning of May 8; Big Show Follows; Vaude- ville in the Evening. hn~m theburt f th fa-fa edfircuhs l im lccr, a d i. nm ord r t l t( c toi ' llr t M i iiga I. Ilon 1 lI t t a tci n rc lti e otil tarlt igh \If1 fil h ctt l l th Viiat lt I' it Ittn iin f...…

April 09, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…The Mlichigan Daily \\\ bI(), I U \l Clfl( \N FRIDA\Y, \PRILI, 9 19No VOL.. Xi'X. No. i,;ca. VARSITY LEAVES FOR SOUTHLAND Prospects Good for Championship Team; Barr, Blanding and Dean Will Pitch. ta1 liemanedb Coaich MlcAllis- tci' iAsisiaiit Directori Ritcic i andI Main- ager(Aldidge, will leaicc liver thicAiii Arbr1 iroad filr the south. lromi Attn Arbior they1-will cgo direct Io Ciuciuuali, V u-here thll waaill changiiei cars for Lexiog...…

April 21, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDil VOL. AIX. NO. ' RELAY TEAMS OFF FOR EAST TONIGHT Dull Leads His Men to Pennsy With Good Chances of Captur- ing Relay Events. -sevecn iln a roll wlld he tile slogan of tile M\ichliganl four-mtile teami whtici, together with thte onle-mlile sqttad;' will mleet the crack rely teatms (f east and( wtest ont Franlinild01, Philadelphiia, text Saturdai T he rettlty teamts, accott- panted by Horner and Iowhrook, who carnlival. Beck...…

April 22, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…TheM"ic igan Dal y \\N\ \Rl OIHIGNIi '\IIt_ PI . ks!) tIRI! 22, Hot). Vol. XIX. No. 141. TEAM DEPARTS FOR thtrm-aindlecr of ' n\xrnt1 p hI- oonier it Anti \rlor. EAST RN S ALP V~a i-Notre I)ame atAnn arbor. Its 111.at i Arbtor. Sflay iS N (trc IDamietat Southtl14-nc1. Pennsy and Chicago Our Worst Maty 13, r;Syraicuse at Aim Aritor. Rivals-Baseball Season Tick- Slay m Icloi taite tInn Abor. et Sale Begins. SIte si2;--N\onst criat Wloostr, ...…

April 23, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

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April 24, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…The N i, a n Daily Ntr_.. ALA. ANN vhfOl 1CI '111t;. y, 1'l h.I) fir, 1I'IZIh 241 MICHIGAN ATHLETES WILL IEGMONT IS VEREIN'S' liii itiltiici. BATTLE IN EAST AND WEST Track [Tearn Fights to Retain Relay Laurels on Franklin Field, While Blaseball Men Meet flichigan Agricultural College Team at Lansing Today. 'h md lh ,th diii 1 rlav iiteam Is lii us 1 i 'iS ti'iiis loiti ii'' t 11 the 11 'imslis it h t histl' r' n nrs'i i scuis.t l ha enw...…

April 25, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

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April 27, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…The Mi NIchiganlC.,. Vol- .XI. ANN ARBOR, MICiG-AN, LFIAARl27lft. WOOSTER STRONG APH I FII F FOR TODAY'S GAME vc troieyothla at Ohioans Expect to Repeat Last dy "gt1<tuaimous eciiontiof 'Ihe kd:-s. T e \\'ebsis'rs uphldl the Year's Victory Over Michigan4 [his Afternoon. tht te iitiatiatc <tied fretereid i -],id I dotdini theiaLitedl States." ' l'ti gslt t1 e ti ii\ ooicr aad hil hiaonts i atr~ol i te'uv tem liM' i am d t .t ;,tiloat 11 )il...…

April 28, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…rhe NMichigan Da \\'5, XRPIIIS l 1 --------N---- IN I --- X--l--I----it - VOL. AXn. NI .146. WOOSTER LOSES TO WOLVERINES Michigan Runs Up Score of 5to I Against the Visitors in First Home Game of Season. Thoiis Xse lrt'ii's's tii' t at til ~ e' could 1)aN soil, 1all i liil lct 1 111 'I'mlcd he au~by Woste is isia team,.ilbut Io e of tilhits countig st itt 56 Cli, S~cCwd inin st~rle 1'ta l fir 1 iii t;tie hid al it w, l l initI 11111< iI II...…

April 29, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…he Nlich..'g 1" ly Vit-N-X BLANIDING CHOSEN TO ERASE DEFEAT Scanlon Will Again Oppose Var- sity-Second Base Selection Is Still a Matter of Doubt. ', 10 ti i xt lrr le e e ,] av. iii' (f' te \ii' Da i t s till- sc -lmlt e t ii itt i {lis prclmis to t~e \ 1 (Dam ANN AR I')(W, MICHIGAN, Tl l l'RSD.A V..APIM, C S IAN Cit itCHI BO R ADOPTS NE V F~ iFTiti\itI Klit liii'P)IK () RINKG Itcl till Nt0tlit 8.2 l 2 'IttMYt of l i coach. its i retrfIl...…

April 30, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…he MichiBal TA.TIX No. 148. RAIN MAY BLOCK NOTRE DAME GAME D~iamond Experts Chafe in Idle- ness, Fearing That Catholics Will Escape Thenm. lul1 l' ' 11 f ' t l lltt'e t lll illi l ,l ,1 Yri li , il i , 1 1 i d 11 - Ii' ji(Il ' tt f,' 11 .l \l ~ < t lIt. 1llletrlt:al 1111ti t~ ii, Sl' IN11k X FNI I IRS VLLA ST IIN )TOIT It'1.1S lIVENING trait Ct1hil atci 111 tll it )ill CaIr. cime ilit t ,'ltl .\iI'.r. ( il(lcv w111.1heIliala 11 '111'' IIO...…

May 01, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…ichian r > 1 0 ,.1 < MYICHIGAN MEETS CATHOLICS TODAY Diamond Is in Fine "onidition- Blanding to Pitch for Varsity, Scanilon for Notre Da~me. :SRI9 IiNi'CT'I IGAX, 9 I'' il)AY, Ni NNI lt) ii la !ecWll st o Cotribucte ad W c t~ itc any cxI ae itought) l C )silra~i ' 1 tere- is a la k'iii rc > , l ii s s ' ls m a l il 1)c'i;lliItilist ilo : ii (i l I ii r I t. S a l n FRENCH STUDENTS STAR IN BHARBIER" French Cercie Presents the Most Finished ...…

May 02, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

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May 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…fie MC'hl a n I I Vol. AIX. .1XN\ kRB(I, Ill. '11(11'L 'II 'L I)\ 't'. 'i P .~ 909,ti VARSITY PREPARES. FOR AGGIE GAIME Farmers Are Anxious to ['reserve Reputation .- ulI's Proteges Train for Eastern Meet. T i Iwi, P i.\ < i ]Ia c Il a :( lit' llio '" tr ' ;l\ tlt I( r cr c < ,I ltti r rl 0f t '. li Still,.:1 . Ii 1 1 2 fi)) I ('I*"_'~ it ()111i11'1 - llarlti n t r the astcrn cI- s rill: I t. "t fall the cr >ss )"lilt I-% c M1.11Ihe-r ...…

May 05, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…e ichigan Daily %71 VI M. A, C. RELIES ON BUSCH FOR VICTORY Farmers' Batting Hlas Improved; Close Contest Promised This Afternoon; Barr to Pitch Farh IIIth 's i \l I_ C it i t 1 A\\N A I3( JRf, MICffIQAN, \VEID\ ISDAY. M, NAY. , i909. Ale 5itt Batt it v eta il(is ti1ciit Sit tt1 SENIOR SWIN GOUT tte a e nthed it het.U 5 econdi ttsno totUlt. letnI tbakai ENCIRCLES CAMPUS atint roipoUrttilt III se5tt 115 this tutult hat treinoohrSittiulit wh...…

May 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…The MIichiganDal .\NN AI ti, 51IM ICIAN, '1IIIRSDA , MAY 6, 1909. 'VOL. XIX. ' c>. 153. FARMERS DOWNED IN EASY FASHION Visitors Blow Up in Third Inning and Varsity Cinches Contest- Class Baseball Starts Today. NI ih st-tint I~di t is i straight from Mi. A. C sc satoningisathe A- gns na aher op-iddgaime . W~ith the exetilin oflith tirdti t iing, ti-ias pae, ad eii naetin g that single wing much har lirthan \V-IaSacttually hese. idd V lfamer...…

May 07, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan D.,I[ V!T N0. XIX. 1\\\ \ll(i ,1k. 1CII Il>', 147~1)\. MA l SNAP C( IN VAF Iwo=Mile Event Fight; Captai Paull's Recor 'I h"v r i ai( ld'Ik, LINTESTS CYCLING THROUGH EUROPE 1IJILMEET Hiram S. Cody, '08, Will Illustrate ils Experiences Abroad. LSIT 1!l~i~i iiiratit 8. ltx all', of Chien;{a, Wtil tPromises Close I i i 1hCI I\a'lIalI 111'1,11 t,'atn011 1 1a "CIyctin', titao 11 n Dull Laying for la ipe" t dc ltea1si II oflte It 'd....…

May 08, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

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May 09, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

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May 11, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…The Michi n Daily kN A )\II C'llx iEll(\IA N I 8l)\ .\Y fY ,ixgo VOL. XIX. No. 1 57. TEAM COACHED FOR SYRACUSE GAMES Varsity's heavy Hitters and Clever Fielders Must Learn to Run Bases-Class Games. Mlichigans ii S 1 (01(00hsell teaImxn retu1ed(ronith011le awfiil beting11ad- niinisiered to the N ote Dmex 011111 flli of "pep" for th three dcax's ii l lxxxa einccgi"the iggregai~iolrepre- sei'ing Syacui. le Srseci croixdi isrpiiiieid to1have1a...…

May 12, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

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May 13, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…The- VARSITY READY Abrfegtcr o FOR SYRACUSEtoa:teitrls,1< Blanding Chosen to Pitch..First ph icsi ll'ls Game for Varsity -Fresh En.50semi-fOinas. hilltt n gineers and '10 Medics Win. eirIwsno i- \lch ~ ill' tSv-'cs 4:5foeit is tcitcl 00 00 this olftcrot o n er i tt in tfirttst ci cst umetttt s . t gam tat te ateninaer lat ilts Ot Intattwellti tyoti gall ttroocgraounds. ccotngtoo theto re- iootrsidefeateto i t 0 oictitooto of the 0 Sv ttoss Jp...…

May 14, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dil ANN AR ii( li .MhICiI RIAN\. I{941 A, MAY 4, 1909. VOL. AX. No. I 6o. SYRAUSE OSES expeseI ithrop singleti to centeran SY A UELSS pifeiedisecond1.Fotanolm-l with tscrtch it.to thirdadFahr FIRST OF SERIES ohed o Ranb. I1)0th mit toletfo Wolverines Bunch Hits on the ~~Olsn. tweno itiwrthstttttedotIl Methodists, Captain Sullivan ter, sand Olson scored.Snowoos tt Steals Two Bases and Hiome. Power to Sculy retirnthettcside. Sy...…

May 15, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol.AX. ANN At1>()ID, 11ICI IC \ c, SA cI~D) ,,, MAY 15, 1'909~. MICHIGAN SEEKS DOUBLE VICTORY Track Team Meets Ohio State at Columbus, While the Baseball Squadl Tackles Syracuse. Ai i ci-nnc lct cii c nn c is vii ifighti i(n r Ctcii todaii on ccii iffcccni battlic cods h ei tiralct:teccii hil ci-gwithliOhio State i iiadu lc 1cii atciCcciiiiiicc-, iwhilc tih cc l~slal t ami -ii ci l empt to make i ccci sir cii ron iS-cc...…

May 16, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…Thegan Daily _ NN \NBt )i, NI IC'I I( N\ St,; I) DA -Y Y 1, ig)oo VOL. IX.. No. r6§.. MICHIGAN WINS_ ON MUDDY TRACK Captain Dull's Men Defeat Ohio 98 1=2 to 55 1-2; Horner First in All Weight Events. ----- ---- - (Spial toThis5 tch5ian 6Dail.) 5. ii situ ss h c 1 1 -\icigi ; ; track ts 1 its silts ii in drzzing rai w ich i aiit tuls in- c rsdto sisvs.sis Despite tseis sun cit(ill- iht ; a ompi a i ' i 1r tlid )hi1)ts lls i s t placepl sth...…

May 18, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

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May 19, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

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May 20, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan -ta XN\ \RBOR, \lICl-ll(YA\\ 1111. RSD NkY, MAYNh0,5 1000. N.a VOL. AIX. No. j6-- BELOITERS AND i VARSITY MINGLE' Men From the Badger State Arc Heavy Hitters; Barr Will Pitch for Michigan Today. \hi ciignitwill iteet Beloit this after- uoinsilery field1;it 4:05. The gae kill 1w of1eipeiialit ereit itbecause of he fat thatinthe iswos teims hae not Ionac oteri n sver1 ye-rs. Barr kill ioccupyithenmsunsisfotr the \Woler- ines, ...…

May 21, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…The Mlichigan Dai \\\ f>(iR . I ICIIG.\\, I IDV\I, Mf \Y 21r, 1909(X.). VjOI L iX. No. I66. MICHIGAN WINS ONE-SIDED GAME Varsity Gets to Lien for Four- teen Safe Hits and Wins Elas- ily From Beloit. Mlichipa aile o ae d8n11p8 (f tillthe(1 8rl ((81psoffeed l (the1r ((((8wit lelItnd81consequently88884on1ly score a 11casl sip uns o 1 r opp'- (l8888 81 . Il1 ti 18(1 ti ing (cet ti einhth. he last 1ill 1(rhe 8S0I (8(888e were((it(1at, at1(lea(s...…

May 22, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…The Mihlgan Daily \N \>R1()R, MICHIGA\, SATURDAY, MAAY .22,r1909. No. 167. VOL. XiX. EASTERN TEAM thm whleo fll i P0411 ioslC ONCERTS PLEASE IS HERE TODAY r; 1) ~l~' l>l m; g1(iti r>r 1 LARGE AIJDIENI - - 1 n 2 . 1 e Wnun b t ip e ts, . l t ith ytied"11f'r'irsi Strong Penn State Players Meet'111i i Standing Room Only on Cam Varsity on Diamond; Blanding il 11 the 111 ii0 "'r throw. 4 at Concerts Given by vary on Slab for Michigan. B~lk-nsmo...…

May 23, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…The iily NO. 168. ANN AVK CiI Pt it- VOL. sIIX. ; UNl)AV, Pt 23, t-1909. MICHIGAN LOSES a >;ith l1i~t O~dt ll:))-1tt l'or IN FIRST INNING add h iigtills otilll1le' Comedy of Errors With Wet Balltatlooe odfr; ii ltth s'CO~l baciallmad i r t Stop) itd Olives Penn State Early Lead tlrttDine out t frt. 'arsge of Three Runs. anti "Stlly" walled, btt fll it was lit out t sootilsitIclloi ' t 500i't Pllihig'tit lost titi m siu Stat. Stu t o iistc...…

May 25, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…T he MichiganDaily AN CI'' \kl)( . ITCIIT(5\N, TUEISDAY,. \Y X25. 1900(. No. 169. VOL,. nXiX. BALL SQIJAD GOES EAST'; ANGELL DINNER A RUNNERS FOLLOW TO A CAMPUSPRIVILEGE Faculty Men Debate on the Pres- ___._ .ident's Greatness and Value SulvnsMen Will Qne Estrn nvsin t Woos'ter Todav- of the Farewell Feast. l' i f( cl tl Ll Track Team Expects to Spring a Surprise at Inter- collegiate Meet at Cambridge. a li csc l ip ite games ti xilI he ...…

May 26, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIX. ANN AREOIQ. MICHIG AN, WEDNESDAY, MA-Y 2, 100 r VARSITY BLANKS WOOSTER NINE Bianding Pitches Shutout With (food Support and Gets Three. Bagger-At Corneii Today. . Special to The Daily.]I lisoster, Ohio, Mtay 2s. --ackett by a supporting cast that wobbtledl sut once is the nine innlings a1n(1whtich averted possible (tanger on two or three occa- sions by brilliant work, Fritz Btlanding blanikedl the fast 'Wooste...…

May 27, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…\N\\i 1i'( 1C [ W, \ N,'l H'I'S) \YAlAY 27, 10)_)No. 11 VOL. XIX. VARSITY WINS ' 'fHIG A 'S GROWl FROM CORNEMLL Michigan Takes Second Game of Trip Despite Cornell's Batting Rally in Ninth Inning. e specialtoSnThe IDaily.] Ithaca, N. Y., May 26.- liiehigan eisal- tintied her winning streak today, taking the game from Cornell. 6 to i, after the Ithacans had all lint won the gamle with a strong finish, scoring two runs in the nimtli ining wi...…

May 28, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…The, Michigan Daily NO. t~a. VOL. AIX. ANN ARM11)15,5MI(lCG N. F5:)J) N'. MAY 28, joo). RAIN CAN'T STOP WINNING STREAK Michigan 5, Syracuse 2, Tells Story of Barr's Seven-Inning Game With Methodists. S pccrial ItoiThelDailt.] St-tacit-ec.A. V_ Mta- 27.iMichigai tennireca llinig the gameith tle at- the tittc theagaite itat cllel rtit wast falligt to mtotteIevitl tan in aug of th payrswc c it it ( ii by thetitdown-li Michian gt aw y to a it...…

May 29, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…Th ichg __ VOL. XIX. ANN ABOR, MICHIGAN, SA1TIKI) b', AN kV'a. it '} NO. 173 PITCIIES ONE-HIlT GAME,_BUT LOSES Dean Gives Splendid Exhibition at Syracuse-Varsity's lHevy Hitting Gloes for Naught. [Special to The Daily.] Syracuse. N. Y., May 28.-Syracuse caesehack i the scondi game with tie Wolverines atitdiby grace of oie lone hia ase on halls, a sacrifice, and a steal homite, scoretw so rus, eough to take te gate fromN ichigan. Dean tas doti...…

May 30, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…. ......... . ...... --- lz JC r. r- 77 r _ rVt r. r l f f t"! / wj f !: J: _ _ _ rr f r TZ O O :z 00 Jt , t r J r r e r r s Nadi -I o t _ 'J { a 1 W Y+ f°"B i L M 0 8 s _' 'J f r: :7 1 _ . ( .) . o, < trl ' " i i t i i I F a 141 q. L t c s "ORA i t i _ f rr . u: -t 7 v r e7 r in ' S Y ~ f eT +-. :~ ; r .-, . ' '~ . . _ v "' !!." '-tom 'J. v r rr for . s C p G :r '{ y N v w ^nc~ ' . . y r- :,: ., a f r n s v _ . -. v io j .- _...…

June 01, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

… The M ichigan Dally VOL. XIX. ANN AR 19)R, \tICI I ICaN, TtI?,SI)AY, JU1N 1-.r, r909 NO. 17. LITTLE CHANCE OF ATHRLETIC REFORM Athletic Association Adminis- tration Seems Opposed to Pre- senting Revised Constitution. Despiiethe J tatiaofi faiaria g action on i ilta tlepo de visionl ofthieitrate d1 loi t oadbrni 7 ttoahacsinte gym ea ppitell byi Haria Hil, thn rident f thaass citin, Le dra np for approval iiil I le 1 1 '1 1 Stt the ifil] ...…

June 02, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 176) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIX. ANN .\ARBO)R, MIfCHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 5909. No. 176. VARSITY LOOKS FOR EASY GAME TODAY De Paul Baseball Aggregation Not Feared by Sully's Cohorts After Experience in East. Captat ilt '-ti tits chamitpoship ag- iir~gaionof a11tossss -ho so ably rcsntotl\liltt assaginst the east irnteasIalsisalektwll tke te hlde( alal leI ) aimisitt ~steamsithis aftrnoon.iTSits-.isothe isit atppt~erce of ts tIae 1 ol blico...…

June 03, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 177) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 13NN11 31 OR, MIC3HIGAN, 'TIHURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1909. NO. 177. Voi,. XIX. DEPAUJL DEFEATED IN TIGHIT CONTEST Eleven Innings Are Necessary for Varsity to Down Chicago- ans in a Listless Game. Wod1110(1 aten.Aterl(11 310 te Catih ,)tics Mar scor 1d.one in hTile lellh, Ithe \\ .vcrinio managed to shove 11' 0twoa taliesa1rssa 4dwon 1:lto 3. Micign hd ll ors o ace s '1to1 s 511181prferrd 1tolof, aditer11 t i inte third. 1111d(m ...…

June 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan D.lI \\\ \10,1()k,\1III1 l I , rN RIII)1Y, t. NE 1900) NO, [78. VOL. XIX. SEASON ENDS WITH <<1o FRI ' NF 101 'A !GAY LEY SPEAKS YTn mT1" T% 7 ,:r, ,v T ,rrin NO1TIRI DAME GiAMES~ With One Victory Each, Both Varsity and Catholics Promise, [lard Fight to Win Series. oragrnI kxind-up~j of a1 vorious'000 lee Notre l 1)w 11 tho~~i :afternoo Ilwll \ool am rIin th tebt victrie " ein by 01 1011111 11oesan as11 a 01 re 11ult h 1ot1h ...…

June 05, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

…* he Michi _ ______y VOL. XIX. ANN ARDOR, MICHIGAN, SAI A'P C I ii k iN , iKx. No. 179. DOWNPOUR STOPS NOTRE DAME GAME Hososier Contest is Prevented a Second Time by Wet Weather; Last (lame of Year Today. Antl the Fates still pursted her. or te secoitd'time, the game etweet Mi ingari and Nore IDane had to he caleil off. 'Tie drenching downpour, wihiclt ceased hlts a short timts: eore the thme for Fridays game, floodesi the grunsind, dsitie th...…

June 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dal y -. T. __.___... __._ _ VOL. XIX. ANN ARBOR, 1MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, tTUNE 6, tgoo. No. a8o. f BALL OSSER W IN walked, and the bases were cholced. On W N a ground ball to bathers, Hamilton scored, Enzenroth failing to touch hitn THE R L ST ATTLE on the throw in, Maloney catme its on Foutntain's error, but the next two mnt - were out antI the sidle was retired. After Michigan Team Played Fast Ball that Notre Danme never cat...…

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